[Before and After]

Terry Bartlett and Valery Keft as clowns in “O”

Photo: Beverly Poppe

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O by Cirque de Soleil
Wednesday-Sunday, 7:30 and 10:30 p.m.
Bellagio, 693-7111
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O by Cirque de Soleil

Despite what it might look like, it’s not all goofing around when the O clowns hit the stage. “It’s always hard to play on the wet roof; with the water moving, it’s hard to keep my balance and stay in the right place,” Keft says. “Sometimes we fall off.”


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